December Daily | Days 16-20

Day 16: was Christmas jumper day at school. I added a flip page and included a card filled in by The Boy.

Day 17: was about baking cranberry cookies. This was paired with a 3×8 filler card.

Day 18: was about the tradition of the Strictly final. I used a 3×8 card for the journaling.

Day 19: was a festive cyber crop with The Best Friend. 🙂 (And I need to correct a grammatical error.)

Day 20: was about the West End’s Christmas lights at night. I added an extra pocket page for photos and a spot of festive confetti. Additional journaling was added to a 3×8 card.


December Daily | My favourite project of the year.

8 thoughts on “December Daily | Days 16-20

  1. Where do you get the sleeves with the various sized pockets? I love them!! I still create scrapbook pages on background paper but often have extra photos that I don’t know what to do with. These pocket pages would be perfect. I always enjoy your scrapbook posts.

    Your son looks especially handsome in red. Thinking if he gets a new Christmas jumper for next year, he should get another red one. Our Walmart had some particularly tacky Christmas sweaters/jumpers and dresses this year. Wish I had picked one up!!

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    1. Most of the odd size inserts I use are either 3×8 or 4×8, so I simply slip them into a 6×8 page protector, create a new seam by running it through my sewing machine (you can use a Fuse if you have one) and trim off the excess. To add the flip page, I trim a 4×6 pocket from a 6×8 protector, one with two 4×6 pockets, and glue it on to of the other page protector.

      Hope that helps!

      I agree that The Boy’s next Christmas jumper should be red! 🙂

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  2. That’s a great photo of you at your cyber crop – love the hat and the themed cup :). Your pages are always so full of interest … Living a long way form the capital I so appreciate the way you bring us the lights and the wonderful shop fronts in December! Wishing yuu a very happy New year.

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